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>> rose: welcome to the program. we begin this evening with david remnick, editor of the "new yorker" magazine. >> always in these tragedy it is-- murder stories, terrorist stories-- you have to initial quotes from the -- "he seemed so quiet, he seemed so nice. i just saw him the other day." >> rose: with his dog. >> and all that kind of stuff. but because of social media that evaporated really quickly and you immediately started to get youtube pages from the older brother. you got a twitter feed from the younger brother. you got all kinds of -- his amazon favorite list and suddenly a picture begins to fo, especially the older brother becoming increasingly interested in jihadi politics in some form of chechnyaen based or northern caucusess based global jihad like politics and an intense and fundamentalist view and a dangerous view of islam and bringing the younger brother along for the ride. so it seems. journalism should be a question of what you know but it should also be a question of what you don't ow. ere e aot of people around with a lot of stupid ideas, foolish ideas, e
and was their chechen ethnicity important? joining me now is david remnick, he is editor of the "new yorker" magazine which has a full coverage here called "the marathon bombing: tragedy in boston, a place in history" of george parker. "the culprits" by david remnick and the street scene by seth manukin. welcome. >> thank you. >> rose: here's what you say. "the sense of bland unknowingness, he seemed so nice began to evaporate the closer we got to the tsarnaev brothers." >> always in these tragedies, murder stories, terrorist stories, you have the initial quotes from -- "he seemed so quiet, he seemed so nice, i just saw him the other day." >>. >> rose: with his dog. >> and all that kind of stuff. but because of social media that evaporated quickly and you immediately started to get youtube pages for the older brother. you got a twitter feed from the younger brother. you got all kinds of -- his amazon favorite list and suddenly a picture begins to form of especially older brother becoming increasingly interested in jihadi politics. in some form of chechen-based or northern caucuses based global jihad-
yorker" david remnick. senator, and the congressman, let me begin with you, whether the subject should be read his miranda rights or enemy cobah abouts. also, the fact that his travel back to his hometown, that was a muslim area, could have been radicalized -- >> that was his brother. >> that was his brother, though, that's correct. we're talking about the two of them together, as to what happened and why it happened. and i think, we got to keep that option open until we find out whether or not there was a connection to the terrorist organization. >> do you agree? >> i'll agree, there is no question. the public safety exception is that we should utilize and that we should get all of the information available to us. >> how long does that public safety exception hold? even though the guy is lying flat on his back in a hospital bed? >> obviously, there are some communications right now because he can't talk. obviously, we can do some other things. we still, i believe, have enough evidence, i don't think we can solely arrive on mirandizing this candidate. he's clearly one of those individu
, because we just had david remnick on who knows russia. he said just because a person has sort of radical views, jihadist views and doesn't do anything, there is nothing wrong with that you don't commit the guy to jail. fair enough. but do you let him in the country? that's a question. >> and chris, you know, i think this does bring up questions about our asylum system, and about our relationship with russia and that whole issue, because this was a case where these guys sought political asylum and were taken in. not out of the common immigration system, but the asylum. were naturalized, one became a system. we trusted the intel coming from russia about these guys. >> and just because they don't like russia means they like us. it doesn't work that way. thank you, howard fineman. and now every family thinks alike. we're learning so much. when we return, let me return with what i witnessed this weekend up in boston. you're watching "hardball," the place for politics. s ] ♪ ♪ [ man ] excuse me miss. [ gasps ] this fiber one 90 calorie brownie ll the moist, chewy, mmmm. thanks. at 90 calor
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